Every undergraduate student registered for six or more credits becomes a voting member of Middle East University Student Association (MEUSA). This organization, guided by a constitution, allows for democratic student leadership and functions as a liaison between the students and the instructional faculty and administration. The MEUSA has representation on certain university committees; it sponsors social, recreational, and scholarly activities, and it coordinates the publication of the university’s yearbook, Pine Echoes.
The university encourages students to participate in as many campus extracurricular activities as their study/work load permits. There are several dynamic campus student clubs sponsored by faculty/staff members, which give students the opportunity to complement their academic experience by exercising leadership, developing talents, and articulating self-expression. Through these clubs, students will learn to be involved and work with each other, balance their academics with organizational and volunteer commitments, and work for others to achieve goals and develop skills.